Zombie Cow Studios shuts up, becomes Size Five Games

London, May 2011

Award-winning Indie studio Zombie Cow, the minds behind controversial Sex Ed Shoot-‘em-Up“Privates” and hit point-and-click adventures“Ben There, Dan That!” and“Time Gentlemen, Please!” has shut up shop and turned into Size Five Games.

“I’ve always hated the name Zombie Cow,” admitted Dan Marshall, formerly of Zombie Cow Studios, now head honcho at Size Five Games.“You only get one life, and there’s no point going through it unhappy with something if it’s well within your capability to change it. So I’m changing it.”

“That said, this is probably pretty reckless. Zombie Cow was just starting to get a bit of a name for itself. I think it’s fair to say we’re one of the better-known UK developers, so this could be a disaster. Hopefully we’re not going back to Square One. Rest assured that Size Five Games is exactly the same, just with a different name and a trendier website.”

“I haven’t announced what the first title from Size Five will be just yet, but it’s my most ambitious and exciting project. Hopefully I’ll be in a position to blab about all that very soon.”

Keep up to date with any future idiotic name change shenanigans via www.sizefivegames.com, or via Twitter– the new non-Zombie Cow name is @danthat

Questions? Abuse? dan@sizefivegames.com

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